Snippets from the GSE Newsletter:

Every Girl is Important: Film Screening and Panel Discussion – February 27th 5:00pm – 6:30PM in the 12th Floor Lounge 

Every Girl is Important is in initiative led by Dr. Diane Rodriguez addressing worldwide educational inequality for girls.  The team is currently focusing on building a boarding high school for girls in Western Kenya.

Donations accepted here.  More info & RSVP here.


Looking for Certification Workshops?


Continuing Students: Graduate Assistantship Renewal

You must register for classes by April 15th to be considered for first choice GA-ships.


Professional Development Workshops: K-6 Teachers

Fordham Digital Literacies Collaborative is offering two PD workshops, Bridging the Gap between 1.0 and 2.0 Learning and Navigating Tech in the K-6 Classroom.

Browse the website for the various participation and registration options.


Spring Conference at Fordham: “Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Trauma: On the Fragmentation and Restoration of the Human Soul.”

Speakers include: Betsy Hall, Patricia Gherovici, C. Edward Robins, and Amelio D’Onofrio.

Friday, April 21st at Fordham’s Lincoln Center Campus.

For further details, click here.


Publication News

C & T PhD student Naomi Schimmel and professor Molly Ness, PhD published in Reading Psychology journal.

Schimmel, N. & Ness, M. (2017). The effects of oral and silent reading on reading comprehension. Reading Psychology. DOI: 10.1080/02702711.2016.1278416


GSE Calendar

Monday, February 13 at 5:30pm: Centennial Lecture Series – Speaker Paul Gorski – LC 12th Fl Lounge

Monday, February 20: Presidents’ Day – University Closed

Tuesday, February 21- 22: February Break – No GSE Classes


Thursday, February 23: Academic Advising for Matriculated Students for Summer and Fall 2017 Courses Begins

Tuesday, February 28: Deadline for removal of INC, ABS and NGR grades incurred during Fall 2016. Unresolved grades become administrative failures after this date



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